2017 Ford Bronco, like many of the top trucks and off-roaders, comes with a vast range of extra options and attachments. We'll start seeing some of these interesting adapted Broncos in the metal now that deliveries have finally begun following multiple delays.
However, for some fans, even Ford's extensive customizing program will be insufficient. Luckily, this frees up space for custom companies like Maxlider Brothers Customs to build your ideal Bronco. The brand has just posted some photos of its Bronco Clydesdale II version on the Bronco 6G forum, and it looks incredible.
This old-school homage to Ford's 2019 SEMA Top 12 Bronco is based on a new four-door Bronco. It yells daring with the top off and 18-inch wheels offset -12. The 35-inch BFGoodrich KO2 tires are finished in Phantom Black on the driver's side and Ghost Grey on the passenger side.
Matte black striping runs up the sides and across the bonnet, adding another elegant finish. Owing to a BDS suspension Sasquatch package, this Bronco also gets color-matched Maxlider MX4 fender flares, which fit the 4-inch lift.
The similarities to the team's Clydesdale 2019 SEMA Bronco project are clear, albeit this one benefits from the new-generation Bronco's modern construction and technology. Maxlider's Bronco, based in Bloomington, Illinois, demonstrates what can be done with the new off-roader for clients who want a truly unique look.
A cold air entrance, a powerful exhaust, and power-retractable steps are among the other choices. However, if you'd like a distinctive style and the capacity to intimidate Mustang drivers, Hennessey's VelociRaptor 400 Bronco, which can hit 60 in under 5 secs, is a good option. In the coming months, the Bronco aftermarket scene is projected to grow even more.